Martha High

Martha Harvin

Also known as Martha, Martha And James
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.marthahigh.com/, http://www.facebook.com/mhigh2, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martha_High, http://www.allmusic.com/artist/p187849, http://www.whosampled.com/Martha-High/, http://www.soulwalking.co.uk/Martha%20High.html

Discography of Martha High:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Showdown / He's My Ding Dong Man 2 Audio 1979 Salsoul Records
2 Showdown 2 Audio 1979 Salsoul Records
3 He's My Ding Dong Man 2 Audio 1979 Salsoul Records
4 He's My Ding Dong Man 2 Audio 1979 Salsoul Records
5 Martha High 5 Audio 1979 Salsoul Records
6 W.O.M.A.N. 7 Audio 2008 Soulbeats Records
7 He's My Ding Dong Man / Showdown 2 Audio 1980 Salsoul Records
8 He's My Ding Dong Man 2 Audio 1979 Salsoul Records
9 W.O.M.A.N. 9 Audio 2008 Soulbeats Records
10 Summertime / Message From The Soul Sisters 2 Audio 2010-09-06 Polydor (2)
11 I'd Rather Go Blind / No More Heartaches 2 Audio 2012-09-10 Freestyle Records (2)
12 Soul Overdue 11 Audio 2012 Freestyle Records (2)
13 Take Me Higher And Groove Me / Summertime 2 Audio 1977 Polydor
14 It's High Time 10 Audio 2009 Diaspora Connections, Inc.
15 He's My Ding Dong Man 2 Audio 1979 Salsoul Records
16 Martha High 10 Audio 2014-04-23 Octave Lab
17 Live At Quai Du Blues 9 Audio 2003 Austerlitz Music
18 The Big Payback 3 Audio 2007 Diaspora Connections


Born in Victoria, Virginia, Martha Harvin was a long time vocalist with [a=James Brown] who has more recently toured with [a=Lyn Collins]. She began her career in Washington, D.C. and attended the same High School as several other of the Soul fraternity including the Four Jewels and Margie Clark. After the Four Jewels disbanded in the sixties, she changed her name to Martha High and stayed with James Brown for 32 years. She finally left James Brown's entourage in 1995 to tour with [a=Maceo Parker].


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